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Angela Grauerholz

Late capitalism has worked meticulously to alienate the modern subject; the hyper-mediation and circulation of images, cultural knowledge and information has been one manner by which this alienation has occurred. All of this is done under the guise of accessibility, connectivity and the formation of networks. It is precisely in its responsiveness to this context that makes the slowness of Angela Grauerholz’s large-scale photographs feel radical. Her quiet, pro-vocative new untitled series, which showed at the 2018 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, captures the vacant, emptiedout,

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